Professor Bernard C. Beaudreau, Ph.D
Department of Economics, Université Laval Québec, Canada
Specialized in: Energy and Economics, Bio-Ecological Modeling of Economic Processes, American Economic History (20th Century), Technological Change, International Trade Theory.
Professor Beaudreau will deliver a Keynote speech titled: "A Pull-Push Theory of Industrial Revolutions".
Beaudreau, Bernard C. “On the Emergence and Evolution of Economic Complexity,” Modern Economy 2011, 266-278.
Beaudreau, Bernard C. “On the Methodology of Energy-GDP Growth Granger Causality Tests,” Energy, 2010, 1-5.
Beaudreau, Bernard C. “A Humanistic Theory of Economic Behavior,” Journal of Socio-Economics, 2012 222-234.
Beaudreau, Bernard C. “What the OECD-WTO TiVA Data Tell us About Comparative Advantage and Internatonal Trade in General,” International Trade Journal 2013, 211-17.
Beaudreau, Bernard C. “Discriminating Between Tariff Bill-Based Theories of the Stock Market Crash of 1929,” Essays in Economic and Business History, 2014.
Beaudreau, Bernard C. “Electrification, Tractorization and Motorization: Revisiting the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act,” Journal of Economic Issues, December 2014.
Beaudreau, Bernard C. “Comparative and Competitive Advantage: Towards a Unified Theory of International Trade,” International Economic Journal, forthcoming.
Beaudreau, Bernard C. “Why Did the National Industrial Recovery Act Fail?” European Review of Economic History, 2015.
Beaudreau, Bernard C. “Rehabilitating the Factor-Proportions Hypothesis,” World Economy 2015.Beaudreau, Bernard C. and Douglas Lightfoot, The physical limits to economic growth by R&D funded innovation, Energy, 2015, 45-52.